A true clean-out-your-kitchen type meal. Use leftover chicken or turkey if you wish for this stir-fry that also includes roasted green beans, cabbage, carrots, and everyone's favorite: BACON.
I made my own sushi rice the other day, y'all. I was shocked. Shooketh to my core. It was one of the most easy things I had ever cooked before. To be honest, I think I cook sushi rice better than I do regular rice. I got a sushi bazooka for my birthday/wedding/Christmas (one of… Continue reading California Roll Sushi Bowl
I originally wasn't going to take pictures/post this recipe. You see at least a trillion copycat P.F. Chang's chicken lettuce wraps on Pinterest when scrolling through boards. However, I think mine is the best of all. I'm sure other people think the same thing, but I'm not kidding---these are incredible. The best part? It only… Continue reading 15 Minute Chinese Chicken Lettuce Wraps
If you haven't noticed by now, I'm slightly obsessed with "bowl" meals. They just makes sense to me. If you're trying to eat better, eat healthier---the easiest thing is to throw a meal together in a bowl and chow down. I'm constantly experimenting with my bowl-making skills. Banh mi bowls, anyone? Shrimp bowls with ranch… Continue reading Korean Turkey Bowls
It's official, y'all. Spring has sprung. The smelly white flowers are now blooming on the Bradford Pear trees, effectively trumpeting in the start of the new season. Bradford pears are actually the worst. They only live for 25 years, their limbs snap easily, and though being "infertile"---they can cross-pollinate with other pear trees and turn… Continue reading Sriracha Teriyaki Meatballs
Strange comfort foods have always plagued me. No matter how hard I try to eat healthy and try new things in the kitchen, I'll always come back to those pre-packaged, not-so-good for you comfort foods. I'm talking toaster streudels, Eggo waffles, Fritos with bean dip...and ramen. Ah, ramen. The little 10 cent packages that contain… Continue reading Beef and Broccoli Ramen
The London Symphony Orchestra's version of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker plays throughout the house. The track is on Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, right after the Pas De Deux. Chocolate and cinnamon and sugar cookie smells fill the air. The Christmas is lit up and twinkling with warm gold lights. Red food coloring is smeared… Continue reading Teriyaki Chicken Noodle Bowls